It's easy being green, state and activists say

It's easy being green, state and activists say

Environmentalists say Thais need to look after their nation before it's too late to salvage its plight

Thailand's future to become an environmentally friendly country will not look bleak if all Thais care enough about protecting and preserving the environment, state officials and environmentalists say.

They called on all stakeholders in society to help address the issue to raise public awareness about environmental protection -- but they insist the government must make it a national agenda item.

Activists have expressed concerns about environmentalal protection after the country faced two major pollution issues recently that are raising alarm in the international community.

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